Providers’ prior imaging patterns and ownership of equipment are strong predictors of low-value imaging
Is there evidence that ownership of imaging equipment, prior ordering history, and ordering behavior in other clinical scenarios are associated...
Several companies around the world are working on improving the noninvasive technology.
Clinical question: Do rib fractures observed on chest CT carry the same morbidity and mortality risk as those observed in chest...
A High Value Care curriculum in a residency training program led to a reduction in the ordering of repeat echocardiograms.
Timothy Kasprzak, MD, director of abdominopelvic and oncologic imaging at Case Western MetroHealth, offered some practical imaging advice for...
HM17 session summary: Focus on POCUS – Introduction to Point-of-Care Ultrasound for pediatric hospitalists
Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is rapidly gaining acceptance in the medical community as a goal-directed examination that answers a specific...
A record number of hospitalists and other health care professionals took part in this full-day course that featured two hands-on training segments...